With everyone watching Apple earnings today, your best move may be to wait for the immediate reaction to die down, then make your move.
Everyone wants their stocks to go up, right? The good news: These five bullish chart patterns indicate when a pick is poised to do just that.
Ebay's quick selloff Thursday might spook investors into a little more fleeing, but longer-term, this correction should prove a healthy one.
Mattel's post-earnings drop yesterday took out horizontal support; technical pressure should continue to loom for MAT and rival Hasbro.
Great Lakes Dredge & Dock ran aground amid worries of an accounting scandal. But the company is afloat once more and headed for smoother waters.
Goldman's swift kick took the wind out of Tesla Motors' 2013 run and finally pleased the shorts ... but it didn't necessarily knock TSLA out cold.
ConocoPhillips has extended its run to 14 consecutive up-days and still looks good through a long-term lens, but a cold bath might be in order.
Amazon stock might actually have some upside left after pushing its all-time highs above the $300 mark, but overbought indicators are ringing across the board.
The Nasdaq's run to 13-year highs has left the index at a perilous level from a long-term perspective.
Investors have kept chasing the high momentum of these four Internet stocks -- all of which report in coming weeks, and could be prone to some sizable gaps.
From gold to palladium, traders have hammered away at just about anything metal in 2013. However, the charts finally show a couple bullish opportunities.
Considering the U.S. dollar's almost vertical leap in the past couple of weeks, the breakout is unlikely to stick -- but it should lead to constructive filling.
Despite settling just short of its January highs, Amazon remains in good position to break past that area and eventually into the $300 zone.
Gold -- as measured by the GLD -- is finally starting to show signs of fruitful bottom-building, but the near-term action won't be for the faint of heart.
Watch the charts of Goldman Sachs, which will provide us with some hints about how investors feel about both this earnings season and interest-rate hikes.
Don't expect much respite following Apple's break below $400. For now, the charts point to more time exploring the upper and maybe even mid-$300s.
The string of higher lows for oil proxy U.S. Oil Fund bodes well for the commodity to have a shot at hitting the $100/barrel level, though it's hardly a sure thing.
Seasonal patterns aren't always reliable, but these charts show that it's nearing time to buy gold and take profits in semiconductors.
Following an aggressive Bernanke-led selloff, the S&P 500 is left perched on perilous technical ground. And the path of least resistance is down.
Both the long- and short-term charts point to further downside in gold, but the results of the FOMC meeting could have a lot to say about that.